This study examined the effects of context type on the use of context while lipreading and listening. Results indicate that the ability to use context by type and modality are not global skills, but instead are specific to the context type and perceptual modality in use. Results further suggest that context is more readily used in the visual channel over the auditory channel.
Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine
Lipreading; Visual Perception
Goebel, Stacey L., "Effects of type of context on use of context while lipreading and listening" (2013). Independent Studies and Capstones. Paper 677. Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine.